Large Organizations have Large Challenges

The intricacy of large organizations is substantial. No one person can understand the whole system, and therefore no one person can best solve the challenges that arise. Our background is in large scale organizational change initiatives, and we have come a long way in understanding the best methodology for uncovering breakthrough ideas, implementable solutions, and sustainable change. The key to our success is twofold. The first key is an art: facilitation. Our personalities and experience in this arena equip us to manage people, ideation, and change. The success of the change initiative hinges on the team's and organization's buy-in. The second key is a science: system design. Our work is guided by our reDesign methodology. Within that method, we pull out our host of proprietary frameworks and tools that will be used to create a new reality.

 

Enterprise Design Principles

Diagonal Slice Teams We assemble teams that cross both vertical and horizontal divisions of your organization. Though it's often challenging to work with disparate personalities and skill sets, this eclectic team formation is the most effective method for creating alignment and developing robust solutions. 

Diagonal Slice Teams

We assemble teams that cross both vertical and horizontal divisions of your organization. Though it's often challenging to work with disparate personalities and skill sets, this eclectic team formation is the most effective method for creating alignment and developing robust solutions. 

Inherent Resistance to Change We use Gleicher's formula for understanding and overcoming change. R is an organization's natural resistance to change. It is never zero. D is the dissatisfaction with the current state. V is a vision for the future. P is the path to realize change.  If D, V, or P are 0, then the whole side is 0 and resistance will overcome the change initiative.

Inherent Resistance to Change

We use Gleicher's formula for understanding and overcoming change. R is an organization's natural resistance to change. It is never zero. D is the dissatisfaction with the current state. V is a vision for the future. P is the path to realize change.  If D, V, or P are 0, then the whole side is 0 and resistance will overcome the change initiative.

Meta Design Principles We have a set of design principles that we bring everywhere we go. These include understanding of the power of design, the natural lifecycle of a new idea, the vitality of iteration, the importance of thinking big, the need for multiple perspectives, and the elegance of simplicity. These guiding principles illuminate the path towards change.

Meta Design Principles

We have a set of design principles that we bring everywhere we go. These include understanding of the power of design, the natural lifecycle of a new idea, the vitality of iteration, the importance of thinking big, the need for multiple perspectives, and the elegance of simplicity. These guiding principles illuminate the path towards change.

 

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